I, unlike the other members of Trained Assassins, did not “grow up” hunting. The first time I ever even went hunting, I was 15; but I was able to learn the basic tactics of the sport and somehow was able to take a few deer during my high school years. It wasn’t until I went to college that I would realize my passion for hunting. After having a small dream of producing a hunting show, Slade and I began filming our local hunts in Mississippi.
I quickly realized that filming hunts would be a part of my hunting experience for as long as I continued with the sport. Since then, I have made working in the Outdoor Industry my full time occupation. While I still co-host Trained Assassins , I spend most of my time as the Media Marketing Manager for Plano Synergy. I feel blessed everyday to be able to do what I love for a living and hope to continue this journey for many years. Other than hunting, I spend all my spare time with my wonderful wife, Jansen, son, Wes and daughter, Lennon.
I quickly realized that filming hunts would be a part of my hunting experience for as long as I continued with the sport. Since then, I have made working in the Outdoor Industry my full time occupation. While I still co-host Trained Assassins, I spend most of my time as the Media Marketing Manager for Plano Synergy. I feel blessed everyday to be able to do what I love for a living and hope to continue this journey for many years. Other than hunting, I spend all my spare time with my wonderful wife, Jansen, son, Wes and daughter, Lennon.
As anyone will tell you I live to hunt. I've been hunting as long as I can remember, and was able to harvest my first deer when I was 6. Around the age of 15 I decided to lay the rifle down for good and become a bow only hunter, and now I strive to be the best bow hunter that I can be. I am constantly training, shooting, and learning the game. People say I am a little “high strung” at times, which shows especially when I am filming a hunt, and that I talk a little too much behind the scenes but what can I say, I just love the thrill. Bottom line is if my bow is in my hand, something is in trouble.
I’m a real estate agent in my daily life, focusing on hunting/timber properties, and I also run an Outfitting/Consulting business – Country Boy Outfitting.
Born and raised in the small town of Felixville, Louisiana, my childhood was spent in the woods. A strong love for the outdoors was placed in my heart at an early age, and I killed my first deer at the age of seven, following with my first turkey a couple years later. I took my first deer with a bow at the age of ten, and have been captivated by the thrill ever since. As far as a favorite species to hunt, it's hard to say. However, if I had one day left to hunt, I would spend it chasing a hammering longbeard on a cool, crisp, spring morning. To me, hunting is not simply a hobby. It is a means for me to connect with the beauty of God's creation and has shaped me in the the God-fearing country boy that I am today.
My day to day job is managing several thousand acres of property for hunting, sitting on a tractor or a bulldozer is pretty much my day everyday. I enjoy the challenge of setting up a piece of property in order to utilize it to the fullest to grow big mature deer. For me to be able to coincide my love for hunting and my fulltime job is a dream come true and feel blessed for it daily.
Born and raised in Greensburg, Louisiana and raised to love the outdoors, I learned the thrill of hunting at a very young age from my father. Since I was five, I’ve been acquiring all the necessary skills to become a successful hunter of various game. While I love to hunt whitetails, my true passion is hunting wild turkeys. By the age of eleven, I achieved my grand slam, and participated in and placed in numerous turkey calling contest. I won the Louisiana State calling contest at age fourteen and placed in the top five twice in the NWTF grand nationals junior division.
My love of turkey hunting and talent for turkey calling landed myself and my brother in Los Angeles, California in 1999 as guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Through the years, I’ve developed a passion for videography, learning the tricks of the trade from my father, who has been filming in the outdoors since the mid 1980's. I have a true passion for hunting that has grown with me over the last two decades and continues to grow each and every day.